Terms and Conditions
Lift passes and equipment are obligatory and are not included in our prices. Please ensure purchasing your equipment and lift pass prior to the lesson to ensure maximum lesson time is achieved.
Participation in any of our activities does not include insurance. Altitude strongly recommends that our clients have a valid accident insurance which covers skiing in all conditions, including off-piste and beyond the marked routes.
Minimum Booking Policy
In certain weeks of the season, we do have a minimum number of hours that need to be booked due to high demand. You will be informed about this on booking. Once booked, if any lessons are cancelled adjusting the booking to less than the minimum required, it may not be possible to retain the original dates and prices on booking. Normal cancellation conditions apply.
Any bookings that are cancelled within 1 week will incur a charge of 50%. For lessons in New Year Week and ½ Term (23rd Dec 2018 – 5th Jan 2019 and 10th Feb 2019 – 24th Feb 2019), any bookings cancelled within 2 weeks will incur a charge of 50%. All bookings not cancelled more than 48 hours in advance will not be refunded.
In the case of lesson cancellation due to lift closure, injury or sickness, adverse weather conditions, breakdowns of mechanical installations or other incidents beyond the company’s control Altitude will not be liable to provide the client with a refund. We advise our clients to take out adequate insurance to cover them in the case of cancellation.
Altitude declines all liability in the case of an accident that occurs during any lesson or company run event. Altitude reserves the right to cancel any session if payment is not settled in full before the lesson.
Policy For: Polar Bear Lessons / Group Lessons / Performance Clinics
Altitude’s policy on polar bear groups, group lessons and performance clinics for both children and adults, is that once booked and confirmed, all lessons with only 1 or 2 participants will run for a reduced time of 2 hours (for half day lessons) or 4 hours (for full day lessons). Any polar bear groups, group lessons and performance clinics with 3 or more participants will run for the full duration.
Important Information For Parents
Altitude Ski & Snowboard School request that all parents read this information and make sure all the points are covered, regardless of the age or level of the children. This will help ensure that everything will run smoothly and will keep the learning environment as safe and fun as possible for our most precious customers- your kids!
It is essential that children come prepared with the following:
Helmets (To be worn by all children under 13 years old)
Appropriate warm and waterproof gloves and clothing
Suitable eye protection – glasses or goggles with UVA filter
Pocket money for Hot-Chocolate breaks (CHF 10.- per day)
Be able to use the toilet unassisted
Details for the instructor of any medical conditions and dietary requirements must be made known to the Altitude office staff and instructor prior to all lessons.
If a client has a child in a lesson with Altitude, but does not arrive within 15 minutes of the agreed time to pick up the child, we will have to enforce a charge of CHF 50 per half hour.
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